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Fundraising for Brain Tumour Research

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  • Team members: Droitwich Arts Network
  • Event: Yarn Bombing, 27 Jun 2015

Brain Tumour Research

We fund long-term, sustainable research to find a cure for brain tumours

Charity Registration No. England and Wales 1153487, Scotland SC046840

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This event is taking place during the Droitwich Spa Summer Arts Festival. Victoria Square, the centre of Droitwich Spa will be covered in knitting and the grand reveal will take place on Saturday 27th June and will remain in place for two weeks. Seats and benches will be soft and springy to sit on, lampposts and signposts will be warm and cosy , bunting will hang from buildings, the letter box will be wearing a hat and all sorts of other knitted delights will be discovered in the area and in local shop windows too. 

Please donate on our Just Giving Page which is specifically for Brain Tumour Research. This is the Cinderella of Cancer Research – of course not all brain tumours are malignant. There is a very low cure rate of 16% and there are over 120 different types of brain tumour and no current cancer research translates to these tumours. Brain tumours kill more men under 45 than prostate or any other cancer and kill more women under 35 than breast or any other cancer. The aim of this charity is to establish at least 7 centres of excellence throughout the UK. At the moment there is only one centre and this is at the University of Portsmouth.  Please give to this very valuable research.  Thank you.

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